It’s the second half of the semester and for students required to hand in a semester-long research paper or write up a paper for a final, now may be a good time to begin reading all the literature and journal articles found weeks ago. Nothing sounds more tedious to a penny-pinching student than having to print out 30-page articles, and that task doesn’t exactly go along with the goal of “Greener Earth”.
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